winning political message. the more people start to feel health care reform, so the argument goes, it will become more popular. that's not been the case across the board yet with health care reform and that's why the president has to keep hammering away at it. >> this pledge for america, many compare it to the contract from 1994. how does it differ? >> well, it's very similar. it looks specifics that the '94 contract had. one thing that's similar is what's more important than the pledge to america, more important than the contract with america is the political climate in which they are operating. it is the unpopularity of president obama that's hurting democrats more than faith in the republicans which, by the way, is an argument that the president is trying to exploit and say, look, the alternative is not the way to go here. >> good to have you here. looking forward to the broadcast. we want to head inside to tamron hall with the morning headlines. >> good morning, everyone.